In cooperation with the WAS Employment Service

Bibha Kumari

Email Address:
Address: F- 203, Shipra Shubham Apartment, Tilak Marg, North S. K. Puri,
City: Patna
State/Providence: Bihar,
Zip Code: 800013
Country: India
Phone Number: +919430465396
Date Posted: 11/28/2016


To associate with the esteemed team of the research group for the expansion of my scientific skill. I am capable of working in any field of fish nutrition, physiology, toxicology, biochemistry and related field. I am also acquainted with many types of equipment which are related to biochemical, toxicological and physiological experiments. I believe my collective experiences would strongly complement and synergize with ongoing research endeavors within laboratory of the Institution.


• PhD ( Zoology), Magadh University, Bodh Gaya, India, (Awarded- October 2010.) Research title: “Role of arsenic on carbohydrate storage and its utilization in an Indian teleost Clarias batrachus (Linn.)” • MSc. (Zoology with specialization in ichthyology), A. N. College, Magadh University Bodh Gaya, India, 1998. First class.


In addition to my research strengths, I have a long-standing and dedicated interest in teaching and mentoring undergraduate and graduate students. At present, I am working as a resource person (Teaching n Research since 2006) in A. N. College, Patna, India in the Department of Environment and Water Management. Here I am taking classes of undergraduate and post graduate students. I am also helping in research work related to metals, chemicals, and pollutant effects on morphological, histological and cytological changes in different organs like muscle, liver, gonad and skin of fishes and also behavioral and physiological aspects.


* Kumari B., Kumar V., [.........] DeBoeck G. (2016) . Toxicology of arsenic in fish and aquatic system. (Review) Environmental Chemistry Letters. DOI: 10.1007/s10311-016-0588-9 • Hassan N., Kumari B., and Ahsan J., (2015). Human growth hormone alters carbohydrate storage in blood and liver in both genders of an Indian bird, Acridotheres tristis (Linn.). International Journal of Medicine and Biomedical Research. 4(2):63-71. • Kumari B., Ahsan J. and Kumar V. (2012). Comparative studies of liver and brain glycogen content of male and female Clarias batrachus (L.) after exposure of different doses of arsenic. Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry. 94 (9): 1758-1767. • Kumari B. and Ahsan J. (2011). Acute exposure of arsenic tri-oxide produces hyperglycemia in both sexes of an Indian teleost, Clarias batrachus (Linn.). Archive of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 61: 435–442. • Kumari B. and Ahsan J. (2011). Study of muscle glycogen content in both sexes of Indian teleost Clarias batrachus (Linn.) exposed to different concentrations of arsenic. Fish Physiology and biochemistry, 37(1): 161-167. • Ahsan J. and Kumari, B. (2008). Role of adrenaline in regulation of blood glucose level of an Indian teleost Clarias batrachus (Linn.) . Bionotes, 10(1): 25-26. • Ahsan J., Saif S. and Kumari, B. (2006). Studies on the liver and muscle glycogen content selected Air- breathing and non-air breathing Indian teleost. Int. J. Mendel, 23(3-4): 133-134.

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